Ultrasound has healing powers, and some instruments like horns are known to produce ultrasound, but acoustic attacks in Cuba that left U.S. diplomats with damage to their hearing are suspected to be from infrasound, the opposite of ultrasound. Advertisements
Made to love, but lost in failed romances? Sometimes we can’t trust our eyes and heart to be attracted to the right things. Wait with prayers, faith, and hope for the gems you’re meant to keep.
Music Therapy is used to help heal the sick, brighten the depressed, and awaken the mentally ill. Ancient Irish folktales speak of trumpets healing the wounded. Could it be based on truth? Researchers have studied tones from horns and found they also produce ultrasound, which is known to promote healing in biological cells. The ultrasound… Continue reading Music Therapy and Ancient Ireland
Irish Dictionary at http://AchingProsperity.com/dictionary.htm honey-moon (English-Irish Slang) – the origins of the honeymoon are in dispute, but likely refers to a newly married couple taking a month off (a moon) to be together and drink mead or honey wine, which was thought to aid fertility; this tradition is cross-cultural around Europe, Asia and the Middle-East… Continue reading Origins of the honeymoon
Author Amos Oz said to avoid disappointment in dreams you must not try to live them, but how morbid would life be not to dream and try? Trying to walk our dreams may lead to failure and sorrow, but wisdom and strength is found in the path. When pain and failure come, don’t dwell in… Continue reading When pain and failure come
I just finished the music video for Run To The Gate, a mandolin song I wrote to accompany the closing scene of the first chapter in Aching Prosperity. Enjoy! See it at Cantaire.com/videos.htm or Youtube here: https://youtu.be/c5vg_Ylx_BM
I’ve tried out several thin picks for tremolo melodies. Aggressive tremolo breaks or wears down the picks really fast as you can see by my collection of used picks. They usually only last one session. I like the sound from the Martin picks but the blue Dunlop gels are close enough and they usually won’t… Continue reading Breaking Guitar Picks